Julie Ann Hershey, affectionately known as "Bubba" or "Sis" to her loved ones, was a resilient, thoughtful, loving, and supportive wife, mother, grandmother, friend, and family member. Born on November 29th, 1952, in Grangeville, Idaho, Julie spent her childhood in Mallard Creek, Mt. Idaho, and later moved to Kamiah. Julie's life was a testament to the famous quote, "Family is not an important thing. It's everything." She cherished her family above all else and was a beacon of love and support.\n\nJulie's passions and hobbies were as diverse as her personality. She enjoyed playing softball, darts, and watching bull riding. Her love for ceramics, planting flowers, and spending time with her horses showcased her creative and nurturing spirit. Julie married the love of her life, Robert "Jim" Hershey, on February 14th, 1975, and together they built a life filled with laughter and love. Following her career as a waitress and working at IGA in Kamiah, Julie became the proud owner of the Pawn Marche. She was also well-known for her prized 1996 Mustang.\n\nJulie is preceded in death by her parents, Edward Konrad and Lillian Warden her brother Steve "Teddy" Konrad.\n\nJulie Hershey is survived by her husband, Robert "Jim" Hershey, her daughter Katie (Rollie) Hershey, son James (Ashley) Hershey, her brother Hank (Judy) Konrad, Dale (Jennifer) Konrad, Eddie (Barb) Buschini and sister Kim (Steve) Uhlorn and Lisa Konrad, and her grandchildren: Conrad Patereau, Cyrus Hershey and Brooklyn Lenhart, as well as many nieces and nephews. \n\nVisitation will be held on Friday, June 23, 2023, at 5:00 pm, at Trenary Funeral Home in Kooskia, Idaho.\nThe graveside committal will be at Mt. Idaho Cemetery of Grangeville at 1pm on Saturday June 24, 2023, with a potluck at Grangeville City Park, to follow. We encourage friends and family to bring a dish and a story to share.